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Surface magnetization of siderite mineral ScienceDirect

2012-11-1  In the magnetic field, the magnetization of siderite without surface magnetization treatment is linearly proportional to magnetic intensity (actually there is a very small hysteresis loop due to the impurity of the siderite sample), which is characteristic of paramagnetism as seen in Fig. 10. After surface magnetization, the siderite mineral presents ferromagnetism due to the presence of ferromagnetic substances on the siderite

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The magnetic properties of siderite concretions and

1990-10-1  MAGNETIC PROPERTIES OF SIDERITE CONCRETIONS 53 ARM were accompanied by large directional changes. From the K measurements it is clear that a strong magnetic phase was formed, which started to convert into hematite above 450 in series A, but above 550 in series B. Complete inversion to hematite seems not to be obtained after heating at 675, at least in the fresh siderites.

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Surface magnetization of siderite mineral ScienceDirect

Surface self-magnetization of siderite is achieved by generating ferromagnetic substance on the surface of siderite by adjusting slurry temperature, pH value, stirring rate and reaction time. No addition of any iron-containing reagent is required.

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Synthesis and Magnetic Characterization of Siderite

2016-5-18  Siderite can be identified by a characteristic magnetic transition at low temperatures below 40 K.1,2 It is important to be able to detect siderite through low temperature rock magnetic analysis due to its ability to undergo phase transformation to magnetite under certain conditions.2 It can also complicate carbon and oxygen

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Modification of magnetic properties of siderite ore by

2005-5-1  The influence of microwave radiation on the magnetic properties of siderite ore was confirmed by the change of magnetic susceptibility that occurred after 10 min of microwave heating. After 30 min of irradiation, Fe total of specimen reached 45.6% and its magnetic susceptibility was on the level of

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Low-temperature magnetic properties of siderite and

Low temperature magnetic techniques provide useful tools to detect the presence of magnetite and pyrrhotite in sediments through identification of their low temperature transitions, to determine the amount of ultrafine-grained (superparamagnetic) material in sediments, and can potentially detect the presence of certain types of magnetotactic bacteria Application of these types of experiments to nannofossil chalks from beneath the Barbados accretionary prism led to some unusual results, which are attributed to the presence of siderite.

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Rock magnetic properties related to thermal treatment of

magnetic properties associated with the thermal treatment of siderite in air is lacking at present. In this study, we use natural crystalline, high-purity siderite specimens to investigate magnetic properties and mineral phase variations associated with its oxidation in thermal treatments in air.

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Low‐temperature magnetic properties of siderite and

1996-10-1  Low temperature magnetic techniques provide useful tools to detect the presence of magnetite and pyrrhotite in sediments through identification of their low temperature transitions, to determine the amount of ultrafine-grained (superparamagnetic) material in sediments, and can potentially detect the presence of certain types of magnetotactic bacteria.

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Pressure induced magnetic transition in siderite FeCO3

2020-7-16  We have investigated the magnetic state of iron in siderite FeCO 3 under high pressure using Kβ x-ray emission spectroscopy. Pressure induced changes in the shape of the iron Kβ emission lines indicate that the iron ground state changes from a low pressure magnetic state to a high pressure non-magnetic state. This transition takes place roughly at 50 GPa.

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Mineral Magnetic Properties of Partially Oxidized

Conform literature data siderite was found to have a magnetic ordering temperature of 38 K. Oxidation appears to smear out the remanence warming curves while also shifting the ordering temperature upward. Specific magnetic moments were found to vary distinctly, being both lower and higher than reference values.

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Synthesis and Magnetic Characterization of Siderite

2016-5-18  Synthesis and Magnetic Characterization of Siderite Particles with Varying Morphologies: Implication for Rock Magnetic Properties Lindsay A. Hegner1, Jennifer H. Strehlau1, Becky E. Strauss2, Joshua M. Feinberg2, and R. Lee Penn1 1Department of Chemistry, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 2Institute for Rock Magnetism, Department of Earth Sciences, University of

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Rock magnetic properties related to thermal treatment of

magnetic properties associated with the thermal treatment of siderite in air is lacking at present. In this study, we use natural crystalline, high-purity siderite specimens to investigate magnetic properties and mineral phase variations associated with its oxidation in thermal treatments in air.

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Mineral Magnetic Properties of Partially Oxidized

Mineral Magnetic Properties of Partially Oxidized Siderite. Siderite (FeCO3) is an important mineral in iron redox cycling in the subsurface. It is often characterized geochemically by means of various sequential extraction schemes. However, a mineralogical siderite determination remains rather tedious, particularly when dealing with trace

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Siderite Beneficiation with Magnetic Separation

Exploratory experiments were conducted according to the property of a siderite mineral composition and structure has the advantages of simple structure, low grade theory. The siderite Contain Fe 27.46%, Pb 0.97%. First magnetic Fe separation, because of the lower grade ore, for the two stages selection, In 90% of the fineness, good beneficiation indexes, Fe concentrate grade reaches 45.49%

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Low-temperature magnetic properties of siderite and

Low temperature magnetic techniques provide useful tools to detect the presence of magnetite and pyrrhotite in sediments through identification of their low temperature transitions, to determine the amount of ultrafine-grained (superparamagnetic) material in sediments, and can potentially detect the presence of certain types of magnetotactic bacteria Application of these types of experiments

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Pressure induced magnetic transition in siderite FeCO3

2020-7-16  We have investigated the magnetic state of iron in siderite FeCO 3 under high pressure using Kβ x-ray emission spectroscopy. Pressure induced changes in the shape of the iron Kβ emission lines indicate that the iron ground state changes from a low pressure magnetic state to a high pressure non-magnetic state. This transition takes place

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Low-temperature magnetic properties of siderite and

Low temperature magnetic techniques provide useful tools to detect the presence of magnetite and pyrrhotite in sediments through identification of their low temperature transitions, to determine the amount of ultrafine-grained (superparamagnetic) material in sediments, and can potentially detect the presence of certain types of magnetotactic bacteria.

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EXPERIMENTAL SHOCK DECOMPOSITION OF SIDERITE

2020-8-6  patterns (Figure 1), in experimentally shocked siderite at 49 GPa. The magnetic components of this mix have now been concentrated by isolating magnetic grains from the bulk shocked material for chemical and other analyses of the shock products. Using a hand magnet drawn beneath weighing paper upon which the sample powder had been

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Upgrading of Iron Concentrate by Fluidized-Bed

2019-3-6  Efficient use of abundant low-grade siderite ores can potentially mitigate the shortage of iron ore in the iron and steel industry in China. In this work, the beneficiation of siderite fines containing high levels of carbonates was studied using a combined fluidized-bed magnetizing roasting process. The siderite was almost completely converted into magnetite under the optimum conditions of

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Siderite Mineral Properties, Photos and Occurence

2018-11-22  Siderite responds to magnetic fields after heating. Similar Minerals. Siderite is quite similar to other rhombohedral carbonates. Unlike calcite, it doesn't fizz in the diluted hydrochloric acid. Calcite is rarely brown and it is much lighter than siderite. Dolomite and magnesite are mostly pale too and also much lighter then siderite.

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Synthesis and Magnetic Characterization of Siderite

2016-5-18  Synthesis and Magnetic Characterization of Siderite Particles with Varying Morphologies: Implication for Rock Magnetic Properties Lindsay A. Hegner1, Jennifer H. Strehlau1, Becky E. Strauss2, Joshua M. Feinberg2, and R. Lee Penn1 1Department of Chemistry, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, MN 2Institute for Rock Magnetism, Department of Earth Sciences, University of

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Siderite Beneficiation with Magnetic Separation

Exploratory experiments were conducted according to the property of a siderite mineral composition and structure has the advantages of simple structure, low grade theory. The siderite Contain Fe 27.46%, Pb 0.97%. First magnetic Fe separation, because of the lower grade ore, for the two stages selection, In 90% of the fineness, good beneficiation indexes, Fe concentrate grade reaches 45.49%

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Siderite and its role in the magnetic mineralogy of

At 4.2 K siderite is below its Tn and has magnetic order, thus the Mossbauer spectra at low temperature show, besides the magnetite sextet and doublets of Fe3+ and Fe2+, an additional sextet that is associated with siderite. The contribution of siderite for the AMS study is being investigated.

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Pressure induced magnetic transition in siderite FeCO3

2020-7-16  We have investigated the magnetic state of iron in siderite FeCO 3 under high pressure using Kβ x-ray emission spectroscopy. Pressure induced changes in the shape of the iron Kβ emission lines indicate that the iron ground state changes from a low pressure magnetic state to a high pressure non-magnetic state. This transition takes place

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Mechanism of improved magnetizing roasting of

2019-3-12  Magnetizing roasting–magnetic separation is an effective method for upgrading refractory iron ores that cannot be treated by conventional mineral separation processes, such as oolitic hematite,mixed iron ores,complex iron tailings [17, 18], and low-grade siderite

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Study of Siderite Fluidized Magnetization Roasting

2019-2-13  The research creatively applies fluidization technology in aluminium industry to refractory iron ore roasting, aiming at siderite with TFe35.19% and iron carbonate content 91.28%, in the best fluidized magnetization roasting conditions, by one magnetic separation; the magnetic concentrate with iron grade 59.17% and recovery rate 73.74% was

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Low-temperature magnetic properties of siderite and

Low temperature magnetic techniques provide useful tools to detect the presence of magnetite and pyrrhotite in sediments through identification of their low temperature transitions, to determine the amount of ultrafine-grained (superparamagnetic) material in sediments, and can potentially detect the presence of certain types of magnetotactic bacteria.

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Low-temperature magnetic behavior related to thermal

siderite’s crystal lattice may produce several possible oxi-dation paths depending on its starting chemistry [Ellwood et al., 1989]. Unlike high temperature magnetic measure-ments, low-temperature magnetic techniques (usually 5 to 300 K) have distinct advantages in detecting magnetic phases by their low-temperature transitions [Moskowitz et

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Rock magnetic properties related to thermal

2000-1-10  Rock magnetic experimental results show that magnetite, maghemite, and hematite are the transformation products of high‐temperature oxidation of siderite in air. Maghemite was not completely inverted to hematite even at temperature as high as 690°C during incremental thermal treatments.

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EXPERIMENTAL SHOCK DECOMPOSITION OF SIDERITE

2020-8-6  patterns (Figure 1), in experimentally shocked siderite at 49 GPa. The magnetic components of this mix have now been concentrated by isolating magnetic grains from the bulk shocked material for chemical and other analyses of the shock products. Using a hand magnet drawn beneath weighing paper upon which the sample powder had been

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